Chris Lozano: Jay Hieron winning the Bellator season four tournament was ‘garbage’

5/16/11 Courtesy of Someone has finally spoken up about Jay Hieron.

The highly-touted Xtreme Couture fighter controversially decisioned his way through the final two rounds of the Bellator season four welterweight tournament against both Brent Weedman and Rick Hawn to earn a title shot against Ben Askren. Many fans and media alike disagreed with the judges but the fighters stayed silent.

Until now.

Bellator welterweight tournament fighter Chris Lozano made his feelings known today to during his appearance on the Verbal Submission radio show with yours truly.

“I think it was garbage. Bellator did a great job of setting up one of the greatest tournaments ever in MMA history and judging totally just skewed the whole entire thing. I think Jay Hieron lost his last two fights. That’s my beef. He lost both of his last two fights. They set him up with the easiest route possible to make it to the finals and he lost his last two fights and he still ended up winning the tournament and I can’t wait for a chance to fight that dude. I know all the other Bellator welterweights can’t wait for the chance either. “

Lozano has had a beef with the Xtreme Couture fighter ever since he was announced as a participant in the Bellator tournament. “The Cleveland Assassin” didn’t like Hieron’s attitude from day one, believing Hieron had a “thug mentality” and that he thought he could waltz through the tournament.

The Strong Style fighter also feels Jay was handed a gift in the first round of the Bellator tournament, although he admits he’s probably biased.


“I don’t care who gets mad about it. (Jay Hieron) had the weakest opponent in the first round. They lined him up with the guy who got hurt, Steve Carl, weakest opponent in the tournament. When he gets hurt, they get Anthony Lapsley but everybody in that tournament could have beat Anthony and everybody knows that. I like Anthony, he’s a good guy, but I mean they give (Jay) the weakest guy in the first round and in the second round he got beat. Whatever, even if you want to give him the second round fight, he definitely lost to Hawn in my opinion.”

“I might be a little biased because I don’t like the dude but that’s the way I saw it. You asked my opinion, you’re not asking for the truth. I’m giving you my truth but Bellator might see it differently, the judges in Oklahoma might see it differently or whoever they had judging the fight but that’s what I saw. I saw a guy get slid through and handed a gift. Someone owes Rick Hawn a $100,000 check.”

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